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From #20forecasts: The microbiome mediates the war on germs

Since James Watson and Francis Crick first described the structure of DNA in 1953, the double-helix has provided a blueprint for creating and understanding life. The process, while staggeringly complex, was straight-forward: genes construct ... Institute For The Future, 5 days ago

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Leading Journalist receives inaugural Francis Crick Science Journalism Award

 Noodls1 month ago

Science roadmap for next parliament unveiled

The Francis Crick Institute will be at the forefront of biomedical research and may be VAT exempt if the proposals are taken up The Francis Crick Institute/HOK As the country gears up for the 2015 election, the Campaign for Science and ...
 RSC1 month ago

Nobel Prize in Medicine Awarded to Scientists for Discovering Brain's 'GPS'

The 1962 Nobel Prize gold medal awarded to Dr. Francis Crick for his work in the discovery of the structure … A trio of scientists has been awarded this year's Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their work related to nerve cells that ...
 Yahoo! News1 month ago

Event Review: Crick Lecture 2014 - 'Genetic control and the mammalian radiation'

You and all the whales, rhinos and bats owe your lives to a tiny shrew. A group of insect-eating mammals survived the inconveniently timed asteroid that slammed into what we now call Mexico, killing the dinosaurs. The shrews spread out, ...
 BioNews1 week ago

Academic Evolution: Innovation Knows No Boundaries

This is part three of our Skills for the New Economy series. Read part one, introducing "eco-polymaths," and two, on " muses for the movement ," for the full picture. It took an ex-physicist Francis Crick and a former ornithology student James ...
 Alternatives Journal5 days ago

Hustlers make way for hipsters in King's Cross

LURIDLY LIT: Part of the King's Cross redevelopment. It's quite something when a large swath of one of the world's top cities comes back to lurid life. It happened in London in the '70s and '80s in the docklands area, then again on the eastern ... days ago London, England: Hustlers make way for hipsters in King's Cross  Melbourne Age1 week ago
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Are we ready for quantum biology?

In Life on the Edge, Jim Al-Khalili and Johnjoe McFadden argue quantum effects are decisive in biology but this challenging idea needs more proof FOR 15 years, theoretical physicist Jim Al-Khalili and molecular geneticist Johnjoe McFadden have ...
 New Scientist6 days ago

New scheme will recognise people who shaped Northampton

A new scheme will celebrate the names and achievements of the most notable people in the story of Northampton. This year Northampton Borough Council is marking a year of celebration and commemoration with events across the town designed to bring ...
 Northamptonshire Chamber1 week ago

Genes are not as important as you might think

If you ever count the segments on a centipede, youll find there's always an odd number of them. This isn't because that's what the genetic code of each species says must happen; it's because the processes behind a centipede's development constrain ...
 New Statesman1 week ago
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